Breaking Bad

Season 1 |
Season 2 | Season 3 |
Season 4 | Season 5 |
Related Links | Cast |

Breaking Bad (2008-2013) is about Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a brilliant high school chemistry teacher with a pregnant wife, a disabled son, and incurable cancer. With no money and no legal way to get it, he reaches a breaking point in his life and turns to the manufacture of meth. At its core, Breaking Bad is about good and evil and all of the shades of gray in between, a weird, tragic and often darkly comic character study of a good person who has nowhere to turn but the dark side.

Every episode of Breaking Bad was reviewed by Billie Doux.

Season One

1.1 Pilot
1.2 Cat's in the Bag...
1.3 ...And the Bag's in the River
1.4 Cancer Man
1.5 Gray Matter
1.6 Crazy Handful of Nothin'
1.7 A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal

Season Two

2.1 Seven Thirty-Seven
2.2 Grilled
2.3 Bit by a Dead Bee
2.4 Down
2.5 Breakage
2.6 Peekaboo
2.7 Negro y Azul
2.8 Better Call Saul
2.9 4 Days Out
2.10 Over
2.11 Mandala
2.12 Phoenix
2.13 ABQ

Season Three

3.1 No Mas
3.2 Caballo Sin Nombre
3.3 I.F.T.
3.4 Green Light
3.5 Mas
3.6 Sunset
3.7 One Minute
3.8 I See You
3.9 Kafkaesque
3.10 Fly
3.11 Abiquiu
3.12 Half Measures
3.13 Full Measure

Season Four

4.1 Box Cutter
4.2 Thirty-Eight Snub
4.3 Open House
4.4 Bullet Points
4.5 Shotgun
4.6 Cornered
4.7 Problem Dog
4.8 Hermanos
4.9 Bug
4.10 Salud
4.11 Crawl Space
4.12 End Times
4.13 Face Off

Season Five

5.1 Live Free or Die
5.2 Madrigal
5.3 Hazard Pay
5.4 Fifty-One
5.5 Dead Freight
5.6 Buyout
5.7 Say My Name
5.8 Gliding Over All
5.9 Blood Money
5.10 Buried
5.11 Confessions
5.12 Rabid Dog
5.13 To'hajiilee
5.14 Ozymandias
5.15 Granite State
5.16 Felina

Related Links

Review of Better Call Saul pilot episode, 'Uno' by Laure Mack
Review of the first season of Better Call Saul by Jess Lynde

Cast

Bryan Cranston (Walter White)
Anna Gunn (Skyler White)
Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman)
Dean Norris (Hank Schrader)
Betsy Brandt (Marie Schrader)
RJ Mitte (Walter White, Jr.)
Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman)
Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring)